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Win Cicada Art!

What do cicadas and people have in common? People’s University at the Ohio County Public Library is teaming up with Wheeling artist Bob Villamagna to answer that question for one lucky livestream viewer. As part of its PU Livestream: Bugs & People summer series on entomology (insect ...

Student from St. C. recognized

WOOSTER, Ohio — Kathleen Hans of St. Clairsville has been recognized as an outstanding student at the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Wooster Campus — Agricultural Technical Institute. She graduated May 8 with an associate of applied science degree in landscape ...

Barnesville 4-H Club holds meeting

BARNESVILLE — The Barnesville Progressive Home Helpers 4-H club held its monthly meeting on May 5 in the basement of the Main Street United Methodist Church. The meeting was called to order by President Ronnie Duavall, and roll call was answered by naming your favorite song or movie. The ...

The Cockayne Farmhouse to host victorian wedding

GLEN DALE — On Sunday, the Marshall County Historical Society presents “A Cockayne Wedding: ‘A Day in the Life’ Living History Event.” On May 17, 1870, Lida Cockayne (portrayed by Alyssa Ebert), daughter of Bennett Cockayne, married Henry C. Taylor (portrayed by Christian Turak) of ...

Great Stone Viaduct 150th Anniversary Celebration planned for June 25-27

BELLAIRE — Mark your calendar for June 25-27, as the Great Stone Viaduct Historical Education Society celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Great Stone Viaduct. To commemorate this historic span, the society will hold a three-day outdoor festival on the bridge site at 31st and Guernsey ...

Cockayne historian brings new life to old-style gowns

The wedding for which Kara Gordon is preparing technically happened 151 years ago. But, she can still feel the panic. It’s not modern-day problems like photographers and centerpieces that have her mind and fingers flying. Gordon, a master seamstress in addition to being site manager of ...